1. You are not so smart (you are not as smart as you think) – David McRaney
title may sound a bit hard of hearing, as McRaney is trying to argue that each decision “rational” that you make in life are based on inborn prejudice in his heart.
This book shows how these laws affect psychological humans every day, even though you do not realize it sober. And even if you do go, you can not resist his psychology.
2. Hyperbole and a Half (Authorization exaggeration and half dollars) – Allie Brosh
Initially Allie Brosh post those stories with humorous illustrations of everyday events in the past and the present on her blog workers.
It became known that she wrote and drew it into a book, with 18 sections, about everything in their lives from depression or stealing bread to her childhood.
Billionaire Bill Gates commended this book is “smart and funny as the devil,” and many people say that illustrates how her depression was the most accurate portrayal of them had ever seen.
3. How to Win Friends and Influence People (Dac Nhan Tam) – Dale Carnegie
There are quite a few lessons you can perceive from this classic book of Carnegie, “Dac heartless,” and we’ll help you in both personal life and career.
From this book, you will learn how to make other people loved her, how to convince them to support themselves, and how the leaders.
4. Good to Great (From good to great) – Jim Collins
Book classic economic uses studies from 28 US companies in five years to explain why some companies leap from good business to become enterprise-class, while the other companies are failure.
If you want to know how to bring the largest contribution to the success of their company, then this book is for you.
5. The Millionaire Next Door
How the property owners from 1-10 million dollars to achieve financial sustainability, and how they maintain it.
The book focuses on seven common characteristics among millionaires, eg they live very frugally and not what many parents provide.
When you look through the eyes of an insider perspective and their beliefs, as well as spending habits or their constants, you may start controlling the financial situation of the self.
6. The Intelligent Investor (The Intelligent Investor) – Benjamin Graham
billionaire investor Bill Ackman field, one of the power players on Wall Street, commented, “The Intelligent Investor” means the document set weak for investors in all segments.
The book was first published in 1949 by Warren Buffett’s mentor, Graham, to the guideline for the amateur investor. Philosophy “investing in value,” he taught us how to make smart decisions with your money to earn lucrative profits long term.